It is not new for Bollywood actors to star in Hollywood movies. From Amitabh Bachchan to Deepika Padukone, many has shown their talents on the globally acquired entertainment industry. Recently, Bollywood actress Alia Bhatt hit the news for her Hollywood debut with the film ‘Heart of Stone’ that also features ‘Wonder Woman’ star Gal Gadot in the lead role. However, now Kangana Ranaut, who has never been keen on making a debut in Hollywood, has opened up about the matter on the The Kapil Sharma Show.
When the show’s host Kapil Sharma asked her about making Hollywood debut, Kangana said that now that the world has become one, people from other industries are showing their Interest in India and are coming here to make movies. This is why it is now not necessary for an actor to go elsewhere. It is the same thing for her if she works here or there, the ‘Dhaakad’ actress said.
Further talking about her recent release, Dhaakad, the actress said, “We have made a film of an international standard but 80 percent talent is ours. International critiques are saying ‘They have made a better film than us’, though we didn’t have .1% budget what they have.”
While ‘Dhaakad’ is receiving a lot of criticism and backlash for its screenplay and narration, Kangana’s performance is well appreciated. The movie has also taken a very dull start at the box office, and it seems like only a miracle can save it.
Apart from Dhaakad, Kangana has movies like Tejas, Emergency, and The Incarnation – Sita in her kitty. In Emergency, along with acting she will also be directing the it. The movie is known to be based on former Prime Minister of India, Indira Gandhi.